Colon hydrotherapy and Nutrition by Judy
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BY JUDY MICHNO
If you follow my guidelines, you will probably feel better & be a lot more healthy.
The goals of a healthy diet include:
Elements of a healthy diet:
A. Raw food – (prime example: raw almonds) Try to eat at least 51% of your food raw. It has enzymes which help you digest it. And raw foods give you more energy.
B. Balanced blood sugar--
Diets of healthy cultures:
A. fruits 10%
B. Vegetables 30%
C. Beans, grains, nuts, and seeds 50%
D. Animal protein 10%
E. Red meat-harder to digest, and more constipating. Beef, lamb, buffalo. (Avoid pork, since it has many parasites, not always destroyed in cooking.)
F. Chicken, turkey, fish. Eat only clean fish, those with fins and scales. Wild salmon, sardines, and wild cod are best.
G. Dairy-constipating, not assimilated. Use raw dairy or substitutes with bran or flax seed.
H. Eggs. Keep eggs soft-boiled, or soft-poached
I. Oils—2 Tbsp. /day of cold-pressed oils are essential. Good fats chase out bad fats.
Completely avoid hydrogenated oil or margarine. It leads to arthritis and cancer. Smart Balance and Earth Balance are blended oils in margarine type tubs. However, they are not hydrogenated.
J. Grains vs., bread: Breads have gluten and yeast. They absorb water, lead to constipation and weight gain. Recommended bread occasionally—Yeast-free, whole grain bread. Rolled grains and bran. These are quick and nutritious.
K. Potatoes (slow, sustained energy release vs. chips (short energy release). Potatoes should be cooked only half the amount of time to retain more protein.
L. Noodles. Only use whole-grain noodles, such as whole wheat, brown rice, etc.
M. Salt—no table salt, only sun-dried sea salt, like Celtic salt, Himalayan salt, or Pink Salt, which all have other minerals in them, in addition to sodium chloride.
Herbs: used as medicines
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